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Massive Westphalia fulfillment center, likely Amazon's, approved

bizjournals Friday, 19 July 2019
The Prince George’s County Planning Board Thursday unanimously approved a detailed site plan for a massive merchandise logistics hub at Westphalia Town Center, largely believed to be a future Amazon.com Inc. fulfillment facility, despite hours of community testimony condemning the project and their treatment at the hands of the applicants. The board's hands were tied, its members said. The Prince George's County Council had already ruled that such a facility is a permitted use at Westphalia and…
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